Perhaps some hopeful guy bought it as a hint to his wife, wishing she would learn to twitch fetchingly.
01. Medley - Medium Tempo (2:33)
02. Rumba Bolero (2:21)
03. Balady - Medium Fast (1:07)
04. 4/4 Medley with Drums (2:56)
05. Slow Chifti - Floor & Veil Work (3:31)
06. Chifti - (Faster) (1:56)
07. Floor Work (No Tempo) (0:43)
08. Slow to Fast Balady (Mijwiz) - 4/4 Finale (2:20)
09. Medium Tempos with Drum (1:24)
10. Chiftitellis - 4/4 Tempos - Fast to Slow - Veil & Floor Work (2:50)
11. Fast Exciting Medley (Good Feeling & Helaway) (3:46)
12. Easy Flowing Kashlimar - (9/8 Tempos with Great Drums & Zils) (2:08)
13. 9/4 Tempos - Balady - Finale (3:33)
On the record, the tracks run together with nary a break. I added a break between them. Also included is an insert with all LP graphics, and liner notes written by somebody whose first language was obviously NOT English! Scans of the record labels are in their too.
If you're old enough to remember 1960s TV shows which occasionally set an episode in the mysterious Middle East, then you'll be smiling a lot. It amazes me that this "authentic" style music is so reminiscent of the imitative TV music written by greats like Gerald Fried.
It's a lot of fun.